Born and raised in Van Nuys, CA, Kelle now resides in Brooklyn, NY. His film career began when he acquired a mini-DV camera and learned Final Cut Pro to complete a high school Spanish project. He has since graduated from Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts in Orange, California, with a BFA in Film Production - Directing and a minor in Advertising.
Kelle is currently editing Concrete Futuro, a feature documentary about skateboarders in Mexico. He has handled post-production from start to finish on multiple feature films and documentaries, including the Showtime documentary, Sweet Micky for President. He has also directed several short films including An American in Venice (35mm) starring Henry Monfries, Caity Engler, and Cory Grant, and If I Did It (16mm) starring Joe Spano, Alia Chapman, and Cory Grant, produced various EPKs, Sizzle Reels, Production Reels, and Branded Content, and worked on television shows including King of the Hill and Comedy Central's Nathan for You.
DreamWorks Animation, Oakley, Wahoo's Fish Taco, Glidden Paint, Hopegrown, TEDxChapmanU, Trevor Ariza Elevated Game Awards, G Matthews Music, Fisker Automotive, Edmunds, LA Derby Dolls, Lee & Associates
Brooklyn Film Festival 2016 - Judge